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The car's wheels were realigned.
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The Czech billionaire whose upstart party shook up the establishment four years ago now wants to realign the political middle ground on his own terms.
The road needed to be realigned, but more than 300 burials stood in its way, left some 750 years ago by a Native American group scholars call the Salado.
The next few weeks will be the ultimate challenge for the Heat's therapy team to get Goran's body realigned with the NBA schedule.
The cabinet reshuffle allows Kuwait’s government to realign the parliament’s agenda toward austerity and create buy-in from MPs for this agenda.
The plan is to realign the fairway to bring it closer to the cliff.
The following leadership changes also are effective: Casesa, 55, elected to leave the company, effective Nov. 1, as the company realigns the global strategy function.
The construction will improve the connection from the existing Pioneer Pathway and the intersection of 11th and Myrtle Streets, add two new benches and a trash receptacle, two river birch trees, pedestrian ramps and realign the crosswalk.
Once the campus is ready, the district plans to realign the grades for its elementary campuses from kindergarten through fifth to kindergarten through fourth.
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